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on 28 June 2017
Really interesting read. If you are curious about American politics this is a must read. Andrew Breitbart's story certainly explains a lot about the current fight back of the so called alt right media. The middle section of the book is a little chewy for a political lightweight like myself but well worth ploughing through. It is not a political book in the sense that it tries to convince you of anything, it's more just one man's thoughts and experiences and how he planned to "save the world". Highly recommended.
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on 1 December 2017
He has faults and problems (show me one person who doesn't?) but he wasnt afraid to speak out and he spoke truth. The reason he was maligned was because of this. I am amazed at how vilified this man was. You know when someone is a danger to the establishment when they are murdered - as he most assuredly was.
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on 13 June 2017
Wherever you place yourself on the political spectrum, this is worth a read. Even if you aren't involved or interested in US politics, it also tackles the media and news.
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on 9 July 2017
Amazing political and media mind. R.I.P Andrew Breitbart.
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on 6 May 2018
A much-needed voice against left liberal-progressives, but his American English has drifted a long way from UK English and needs interpreted frequently! I read it on KIndle, fortunately, which makes it easy to look up neologisms.
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on 3 November 2017
A great read, even for conservatives mostly unfamiliar with him.
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on 12 February 2018
A brilliant and personal look into Andrew B. I couldn't put the book down!
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on 19 July 2017
The chapter titled "Breakthrough" should be taught in schools
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on 9 April 2012
A very entertaining account of a man who helped change the face of media and politics. I would not agree with all his views but I admired him and was saddened by his sudden death.
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on 11 October 2017
Very well written, very funny and very honest. His section on the Clintons' all out attacks on those who tried to expose Bill's sexual indiscretions, their lies and attempts to silence witnesses and victims and the Democratic Party's Fake News Press's lies and deliberate policy to smear Republicans (and those they considered anti-Left) during the George W Bush Presidency, reads like a blue-print for what is going on against Trump now. He was also prescient about Hollywood and the power the Left has over Hollywood: "Hollywood is more important than Washington. It can't be over-stated how imporrtant this message is : pop culture matters". There were one or two places, I personally disagreed with him : for example, he seemed to think any opposition to George Bush's war in Iraq post 9/11 was the Left 'at it again' and he criticizes The Dixie Chicks for their opposition to the war. I too think the war in Iraq was a terrible thing and was more about Bush financially colluding with his friends in the Industrial War Complex than about fighting Islamic terrorism. But still, I highly recommend this book
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